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German for Beginners Stage 3

COURSE OVERVIEW

There are 130 million speakers of German, and it is an official language in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein. It is the language of endless writers, artists, scientists and musicians -; and a great language for travelling!
The main aim of German Beginners is to help you learn the basics of the German language and build a strong foundation for further study. You will cover essential vocabulary and grammar topics that will enable you to communicate in everyday situations that you might encounter whilst travelling in Germany or German speaking countries. Throughout the course, you will have the opportunity to:
  • Develop your confidence in using German in a variety of everyday settings such as introducing yourself, ordering food and drink, getting by in tourist situations, and talking about your hobbies and interests.
  • Practise your listening and speaking skills through a variety of interactive activities, including dialogues, role plays, and audio exercises.
  • Develop your reading and writing skills through comprehension tasks and short written assignments.
  • Learn about different aspects of German life and culture.
To get the most out of this course it is advisable to take all three courses which will enable you to build and consolidate your knowledge and skills of the language. By the end of the year, you should feel more confident in your ability to understand and speak German. We hope you enjoy the journey and wish you much success in your studies!

To join our German for Beginners Stage 3 course (April-July 2025) you do not have to have completed Beginners 1&2 with us, however you will need 40 hours of previous study of the language in an adult setting, or previous learning of a similar length. This stage provides an excellent foundation for moving to our Intermediate level.

This course starts on Tuesday 22 April 2024 (19:00 – 21:00)

Please note: this course does not run in the college half term or end of term breaks.

FURTHER INFORMATION

To join our German for Beginners Stage 3 course (April-July 2025) you do not have to have completed Beginners 1&2 with us, however you will need 40 hours of previous study of the language in an adult setting, or previous learning of a similar length.
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